Populate JSP Form from database

Populate JSP Form from database

Filling in a form using database data is very easy in JSP if you’re using JSTL. This tutorial shows you how its done. To begin, you need to ensure you have the required tag libraries and jar file imported and a connection to your database is established. A quick tutorial on how to do that can be found here.

If you’re already set up, lets get straight into it!

Populate radio buttons from the database

Populate the radio buttons with this simple step. If you want one of the buttons already selected based on the database, check out this tutorial.

Populate checkboxes from the database

Populate the checkboxes with this simple step. If you want one of the checkboxes already checked based on the database, check out this tutorial.

Populate drop down list from the database

Populate the dropdown list with this simple step. If you want one of the options to be the default selection based on the database, check out this tutorial.

Now you’re all set to create your form and populate its input types with data straight from the database!

Seda
Seda Kunda is a web designer and developer with a degree in Computer Science and a great passion for code. Besides code, she enjoys pepperoni pizza, watching the bachelor and sleeping in on Saturdays.
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